Powered by i.TV
October 4, 2015


Kevin Kline Hosts Stephen Colbert's Billionaire 'The Donating Game' (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Sep 30th 2011 4:45AM
Kevin Kline, 'The Colbert Report'Stephen Colbert was already raking in unlimited funds via his Super PAC, but he had to disclose his donors, which was limiting the potential for corporate contributions. So his lawyer found another loophole on 'The Colbert Report' (Weeknights, 11:30PM ET on Comedy Central).

He can set up a shell company which can take anonymous donations from anyone, including corporations or billionaires, and then the shell company can donate to his Super PAC so it's untraceable.

Read More

Kevin Kline to Star in HBO Project

by Audrey Fine, posted Mar 24th 2010 11:00AM
Kevin KlineAfter decades of declining TV roles, Oscar and Tony winner Kevin Kline has signed on to star in a new show over at HBO.

According to the Hollywood Reporter, the untitled hour-long drama will revolve around a doctor (Kline) who must start over after serving a 15-year prison sentence for murdering his mistress.

The show was written by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright David Auburn ('Proof'), and will be executive produced by Kline, Gavin Polone and Kline's manager, Judy Hofflund.

Read More

Ten actors I want to see on TV

by Allison Waldman, posted Mar 10th 2008 12:00PM
network tenHave you noticed lately that the new faces cropping up on TV series in starring roles are often actors you've never seen before -- or if you have, it was in a supporting role of a feature or a foreign TV show? Think about it, Lee Pace as the Pie Man on Pushing Daisies, Jonny Lee Miller on Eli Stone, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau in New Amsterdam, Michelle Ryan in Bionic Woman, all of these leads are relatively new faces. That's one way to cast series. Another is for big stars to take to TV, if not for the first time, than for a return.

In an interesting article at IGN.com, blogger Travis Fickett points out that there used to be a line of demarcation between the worlds of acting: film actors vs. television actors. But nowadays the stars are going back and forth a lot more fluidly.


Read More

    Follow Us

    From Our Partners